This the Bluetooth controlled car that used HC-05 Bluetooth module to communicate with mobile.
A tutorial on how to use the most important element of blynk.
Send an SMS to the Arduino requesting the ambient temperature and get a reply.
A walk-through for setting up Android Things on Raspberry Pi 3 and showing off some of the cool things you can do. Part 4 - Bluetooth Comms.
Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
Proof of concept for a cat attracting device which you can control from your smartphone. FIMO artwork included.
A voice controlled prototype home automation system using Arduino/Genuino101 and Mobile Web Bluetooth API remix 'Lend Me Your Ears' project.
Control RGB LED with a slider in simple mobile app. Uses a very, very simple message with TCP connection between Arduino and mobile app.
Windows 10 Universal Apps model lets you write applications that runs on any Windows Device, here are three steps to deploy the app to Phone
Control a Four wheeled robot via using your smartphone!
A low-cost way of controlling a model train layout using a mobile phone through DTMF.
Communicate with your DA1458x Development Kit via Bluetooth Low Energy.
M5Stack user Yama-chan combined a Raspberry Pi Zero with the Faces Keyboard kit to make an awesome linux pocket computer.
Do you have a PocketC.H.I.P.? Are you a bicyclist? Do you love recording your rides? Then PocketStrava is the project you are looking for!
Don’t let phone batteries fizzle out, put power back in your hands!
How to use ESP8266 Wifi module with Arduino UNO to turn on LED light from your iPhone/Android application.
Use an OLED screen to play pong in the palm of your hand! Simply plug in a micro USB cable and you're ready to play - with sound effects!
Take your Hexiwear sensor data to the cloud, using this JavaSript template. Set up AWS services, and a mobile app to tether your Hexiwear.
We make global fast food businesses like Starbucks run more efficiently by decreasing average drive through wait times using Bluetooth LE.
I built this little OLED name tag for events. It's really cool and can impress who-ever you meet. All built using XinaBox ☒CHIPS.
A GPRS weather station using BeagleBone with custom firmware for battery saving.
low-cost, cloud-enabled medical monitor for bedside monitoring on iPad or desktop and cloud data logging for future analysis